One would hope the swan knows to use a condom.
And Leda--may I recommend the Betty Ford Clinic? You've got issues, sweetie, whole subscriptions, in fact, but you can get help.
Condom? Zeus don't use no condoms! Where do you think Castor and Pollox (not to mention Helen of Troy) came from?
I'm astounded by the number of folks who are writing to me saying that they'd never heard of Leda and the Swan. Kids these days! Don't they go to school?
I bet you never heard of Europa either.
But Edith Hamilton is so boring! I had her book in high school, then again in college, and it didn't improve when I was older, so why does it remain the standard mythology text? I mean, the woman had a knack for taking exciting stories and turning them dry as the turkey I made last Christmas.I'm astounded by the number of folks who are writing to me saying that they'd never heard of Leda and the Swan. Kids these days! Don't they go to school?
Oh God, no...the Derby is all colts (I believe). That would take it in another direction.Actually, this could be something that Stephen King would write . . . and get away with doing.
He's certainly had quite an assortment of usual creatures. A guy with a horse's tail and genitals who gets an erection watching the Kentucky Derby could very well be one of his characters. Hey, at least your character can keep the flies away. ;-)
Good luck with it.
Well, earlier in the thread, I was under the impression the human with the horse genitals gets an erection from watching the Kentucky Derby. Now, it is mentioned that only colts are in the Derby.
So, is there a term for pedophilia bestiality? (Is that even a word?)